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- Date Added
- Local Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- Planning Authority
- Dumfries And Galloway
- NX 45178 45107
- 245178, 545107
18th and 19th century. 2-storey farmhouse with 3 principal parts. To S main mid 19th century 3-bay front, to N 2 gabled wings, that to E late 18th century (original house) that to W mid 19th century.
S ELEVATION: painted rubble with roughcast short quoins and margins. Central pilastered doorpiece recessed door with fanlight. Flanking door single light windoww, 3 windows at 1st. All sash and case with 4-pane glazing. End skews with block skewputts, corniced end stacks with ocagonal cans. Slate roofs.
NE WING: formerly the original farmhouse incorporated as service wing of 19th century house. Lower 2-storey, 3-bay harled range with central window formerly door. All sash and case windows with 4-pane glazing upper window lintels on eaves level. To left, granite bay exposed fragment, red sandstone heraldic panel with initials I M dated 1628, panel reputedly reset from Old Place of Mochrum, the home of the Murreys of Broughton and Cally. Modern concrete tile roof, tall coped end stacks. NW WING: painted rtubble with raised margins similar in detail to S elevation. Modern concrete tile roof, tall corniced end stacks with octagonal cans. To both gables at N single storey rubble outshots.
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